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How to spot a fake

Opinion

article article By rohtaks paper article Posted December 30, 2018 09:31:07A scam is when someone sends you an article that appears to be genuine and then claims to have more information about it.

It’s a tricky situation, as the article can contain multiple claims of fact and factoids, making it difficult to tell the difference.

The biggest risk of a fake story is to a person who is already paying attention to your posts.

If the article is too big to read and it seems too complicated, they can quickly become suspicious.

If you see a fake news article that you are familiar with, be cautious and make sure you check out the article to be sure it is real.

There are several reasons to be suspicious of a article, but it is a good idea to be extra cautious if you have seen something similar before.

If the article claims to be from a reputable source, it might be from an organisation such as a news site or a reputable news agency.

If it is from a fake source, a fake version of the article might be used to promote the scam.

Scammers will often post fake news articles on news sites and websites that you frequent.

This could be from news sources such as social media or the Internet.

You could also see fake articles on websites such as Reddit.

Scam sites often use fake stories to attract new users.

They often have a big following and can be quite difficult to flag as fake, but you can flag them if they are.

To spot a scam article, take a few moments to read the title, body and footnotes of the story, to determine if it looks too much like real news.

You should also check the title of the original article to make sure it doesn’t have the same type of content as a fake.

If there are multiple claims made by the author of the fake article, you may have seen a false news article.

Scammers usually post fake articles that look like they are from news sites, but are actually written by someone who is not the owner of the website.

Scams usually have a title that is similar to the headline of the real news article, which could lead you to believe the article has more information.

If a scam is being posted on a popular news site, you might have seen an article claiming that the site was taken down, which can be very difficult to confirm.

You might also see a link on a news article claiming to be an official statement from a news agency, which you can check to make certain it is the real deal.

If your posts appear to be posted by a spammer, they may also be posting fake articles.

This is especially dangerous if you are posting to social media.

If you see posts from a spamming site that look identical to your post, it may be a fake post.

You might also have seen fake articles about sports and other related topics that you follow on social media, such as news articles, podcasts or the YouTube channel.

If these articles claim to be a real article, they could be fake.

This is why it’s so important to verify the information presented on a fake website.

If your post does not match the article you are looking at, you can tell by the title and content.

Scary fake news stories on social networks and news sites are easy to spot, as you can easily see the fake articles as they appear in their original articles.

Scams posting fake news can be as simple as sending out an article or a series of articles that appear to follow the same format and have the exact same content.

You should be careful to read everything that appears on the website before posting.

If a scammer posts a fake piece of news, it is very important to double check that it is authentic before you post it.

You can always contact the news agency or news website and check for authenticity before posting a story.

You also have to check the site for authenticity.

If it looks like an article from a real news site but is not, it could be a scam.

You could also be able to spot the same fake news story if it is written by a news reporter who is a paid spokesperson for a news organisation.

This may not be a good sign, as a paid media spokesperson can be misleading and may be selling the news organisation’s product.

If fake news is being shared on social networking sites, the sites could be using them to generate revenue.

Scores of fake news sites have sprung up on social platforms over the last few years, but the number of posts has decreased.

Fake news websites have proliferated on the Internet over the past few years because of the proliferation of fake content on the sites.

Fake news stories can be posted on websites, forums and other sites with a large following.

The number of people sharing fake news content is also increasing.

It is a risky business to share fake news, so be careful about posting.

You can be taken down for posting false news, or even threatened.

It is also a good time to change your profile picture or email

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